Airline passengers can already get online 30,000 feet over Oklahoma. Soon U.S. airlines will offer Internet connections over the ocean, too.
United, Delta, and American — the nation's three biggest airlines — said Wednesday that they're within weeks of having their first international flights with Internet service.
It's fairly common for passengers to check email and update Facebook while flying over the U.S. But the air-to-ground signal used by those planes won't work over the ocean. So airlines are installing satellite-based systems to solve that problem.
Importing Terrorism and Other American Values | Human Events
Obamacare Architect: Okay Fine, Our Law Isn't Controlling Costs
Chicago activist wants attention paid to police, not Paris
Did Rubio deal a mortal blow to ObamaCare?
Political Calculations - Men, Women, Income (Part 2)
Chicago Men Create False Sense Of Safety With Salt Gun - Bearing Arms - Anti-Gun Hysteria, Salt Gun
Ted Cruz Super PAC Responds To Rubio Attack | RedState